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Make Sure You BOTH Know It's a Date!
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#1 Posted : Saturday, December 31, 2011 4:55:41 PM(UTC)

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In high school, I asked out a friend of mine. I was nervous as hell, and I asked him after class, "Do you want to get together on Friday for a movie?" He said sure, so I was all happy, and proud of myself for having the guts to ask him out.
So that Friday, we ate dinner together, and then went across the street to see The Grinch. We met up with my friend and her boyfriend there. After the movie, he drove me home, and when we got to my driveway, I said, "I had a really good time. Do you want to do this again?" And keep in mind, the whole time, we were getting along, joking, talking, etc. He replied, "Well, actually, I feel like you kind of led me on. I didn't know this was a date."
I was so humiliated. I just mumbled okay, and got out of the car, went up to my room and cried. I was so embarrassed.
A couple days later (luckily, we'd had some snow days, so I could delay the inevitable awkwardness), and asked him why he'd been confused. He said it was the way I asked him out, and that he thought it would just be our group of friends.
Considering I was shy in high school, and that I'd finally worked up guts only to have the situation not quite work out, it sucked! But we're actually still good friends, so it's all good now :)
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